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Old 06-09-2011, 06:19 PM   #1
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Default Revolver experts need info plz

I'm looking for some info on this gun anything u can tell me would be a big help, it was given to my dad so I don't know what company manufactured it there are no markings in it

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Old 06-09-2011, 06:22 PM   #2
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Link to some pictures Mobile Photobucket

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Old 06-15-2011, 12:46 AM   #3
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Difficult to do this without detailed pictures and no markings but if that is a Colt it is probably worth a LOT of money...

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Sorry, bro, but without hi definition photos, and some markings, I cannot tell you with any degree of certainty that it is a firearm, as opposed to a blank gun. Practically ALL firearms have SOME markings- maker's name, serial number, caliber, etc. There are just not enuff pixels in your pictures- when I blow them up to a useful size, nothing there but fuzz.

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if there IS no markings that means they were most likely engraved over or it is a fake gun. With those tiny pics we can't tell anything. Many non-firing(fake) guns were made that look like your dads gun.

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It's not a big surprise that I'm not to intellectual when it comes to weapons, it could be fake because I see no markings but it sure feels real and looks like it's been fired before. The pic are good quality could be that because im using my phone to upload that they came out low quality. I'll upload more detailed pics tomorrow and maybe a video so that I can get As much info as I can before my dad decides to sell it

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Sorry for wasting your time, before taking a video I decided to strip the gun and fake it was I wanted so much for it to be real that I missed obvious signs that the gun is fake thanks for the help guys

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